Please analyze Section 67 (LXVII) and 107 (CVI) of In Memoriam.

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In Section 67, the speaker finds that the moonlight that falls upon him at night when he is in bed makes him think of Arthur Hallam, the close friend whose death inspired this collection of poems, and summons a kind of "mystic glory" that the speaker identifies as being part of Hallam. As the moonlight fades, the speaker is left alone with his grief and sadness, as nature pulls a veil between the speaker and this "mystic glory" of Hallam that he is able to sense at night:

And then I know the mist is drawn

A lucid veil from...

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